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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL, FRIDAY, APRIL 9, L&09. II. I.. M.UU. Kdltor anil Publlihr. PERRYSBURo", I OHIO. NEWS OF A WEEK IN E RECORD OF MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS TOLD IN BRIEFEST MANNER POSSIBLE. AT HOME AND ABROAD Happenings That Are Making History Information Gathered from All Quarters of the Globe and Given In a Few Lines. CONGRESSIONAL. Tho houso committee on rules de cided on April 10 as tho dnto for a vote on tho Payne tariff bill. Fears for a protracted tailff fight in tho senate began to disappear when It was announced that tho minority members of tho flnanco committee will not filibuster against the bill. Congressman Lowdcn of Illinois has introduced a bill nBking congress for $100,000, to bo used by the department of agriculture In eiadicatlng hog chol era. The Democrats In tho senate have entered a protest against being barred from tho finance commltteo's consideration of tho tariff bill. Senator Scott Introduced a resolu tion in tho senato providing for tho purchase of an antomoblle to be used by Vice-President Sherman. President Taft is in favor of the creation of a tariff bureau at this ses sion of congress. PERSONAL. Former President Roosevelt arrived at Naples and was greeted by a largo crowd, Including the German consul who delivered a special welcome from the kaiser. Assistant Secretary of tho Treasury Coolidge has approved a plan for sys tematizing designs for United States notes and coin certificates. Samuel Gompers, president of the American Federation of Labor, in an address to the Civic Federation de fended tho uso of tho boycott. Count Gen. Kurokl, commander of tho flrst Japanese army in the field against the Russians, has retired, owing to tho expiration of his mili tary term, according to advices re ceived from Yokohama. F. W. De Wolf succeeded Dr. H. F. Bain as stato geologist at Champaign, 111. Isaac Foster Mack, after 40 years as editor of tho Sandusky Daily Reg ister, retired and was succeeded by his brother, John T. Mack. Admiral Princo Henry of Prussia will retire next fnll from tho position of CDmmander-ln-chlof of the navy, to become grand admiral and general in spector. He will bo succeeded either by Admiral von Flschcl or Vice-Admiral von Holtzendorf. President Taft, in a speech at a Harvard dinner, confirmed the report that President Eliot of Harvard 13 to succeed Whltelaw Reld as ambassa dor to England. GENERAL NEW 8. Admiral Perez, chief of tho naval station at Talcahuano, has been com missioned by tho government to visit the United States on an important mission, the natuio of which has not been disclosed. At the request of the king of Greece the cabinet, of which M. Theolokis is premier, has withdrawn its resigna tion. The fifth annual conference of tho council on medical education of tho American Medical association began at the Auditorium hotel in Chicago. New York officials believe they have unearthed a new system of smuggling by means of "sleeper" trunks which are left unclaimed for indefinite peri ods on piers of ocean liners. It Is announced th.H Jacob H. Schlff has given tho famous Tissot collec tion of water colors of Old Testament paintings, which cost him $37,000, to tho public library. Because of a misunderstanding as to dates, tho proposed conferenco be tween Secretary Knox and Senator Root and various Canadian officials touching tho senate amendment to tho waterways treaty, negotiated about a month ago, has been postponed, Rather than pay $1,000 alimony to his wife as ordered by tho court, Ro land Hinton Perry, a Now York sculp tor and painter, declared that ho would surrender himself to tho sheriff and pass six months In Ludlow etreet Jail. Firo partially destroyed tho military prison at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., troops preventing the escape or any of tho 800 convicts, who were panic stricken. Rev, William McMahon, paBtor of St. Bridget's church, Cleveland, O., and editor of tho Catholic Universe, filed a petition in bankruptcy, sched uling assets at $75,207.08 and liabili ties at 91,549,141.64. Us was caught by tho failure of the Fidelity Funding Company. Francis B, Lcupp, commissioner of Indian affairs, told President Taft that lie would remain in his prosont post (ion if his health permitted. Attorney" Cochran, ropiecenting James P. Whltla, denied tho roport that tho woman kidnaper 1b to bo sot iree. D SED 01 Arguments In tho government's suit to dlssolvo tho. standard Oil Company of Now Jersoy, trio trust's paront or ganization, woro begun In tho United States court at St. Louis. Fire caused by boys who woro smoking cigarettes resulted in $2,000, 000 loss to Fort Worth, Tox., and tho denth of one man. Miss Virginia Carter was burned to death In a fire which destroyed tho historic "Yellow Houso" near Win chester, Va. Twcnty-soven counties in Michigan held option olcctlons April 5. Mrs. Georgia Sampson, charged with slaying her husband, Harry Sampson, a nephew of Admiral Sampson, wont on trial at Lyons N. Y. Officials of tho Internal revenue de partment expressed tho opinion that moonshlnlng In tho south has in creased since tho "drys" havo begun to win victories at tho polls. The body of Harold Moon, who was believed to havo been kidnaped, was found In a pond near his homo at Flint, Mich. An unidentified man committed sul cldo by lenplng luto Niagara Falls from Luna island. Inmates of an Insnno asylum at Woodward, Okla., wero panic stricken when several of tho institution's buildings wero destroyed as a result of a prairie firo. The stock exchange firm of John Dlcklnhon & Co., with ofilces in Now York, Chicago and other cities was forced to suspend by unfortunate stock deals. Tho report of a committee of the Civil Service Reform league said former President Roosovelt did not uso coercion with government em ployes to aid In tho nomination and election of Tnft. An Arabian stallion valued at $2,500, Fred Atherton, a race horse, and other stock perished In a firo which de stroyed tho stables at the country home of R. C. Hall, president of tho Pittsburg chamber of commerce. Tho engineers' board has com pleted its report on the survey for the deep wnterway between St. Louis and New Orleans. Former President Roosovelt arrived at Gibraltar and wont ashore. King Victor Emmanuel will not meet him while he Is in Italy. Collector of tho Port Loeb of New York has ordered a re-assessment of duties on sugar imported by the trust, which amount to a total Increase of $1,239,000. It is announced that tho subsidiary companies of tho United States Steel corporation will cut wages 15 per cent, on May 1. New indictments were returned in Chicago against W. Veinon Booth and Fredeiick R. Robblns of tho failed fish trust. The women of Washington have pre pared to clean tho city's streets un less the district commissioners give them relief from tho dirt before April 15. A report from tho Michigan City penitentiary says Ray Lamphere, con victed of burning tho homo of Mrs. Bello Gunness at Laporte, Ind., is dying of consumption. Mrs Frank Sorber killed her hus band nt Hamilton, O., in defense of her son, who was being beaten by his father. Firo in Heyn's bazar at Detroit, Mich., caused damage estimated at $250,000. Tho Soo line will carry grain to tho head of tho lakes this fall, says President Pennington of that road. Names of some of tho most eminent chemists of the country were submit ted by Dr. W. Wiley to tho stato de partment as official delegates from the United States to the seventh interna tional congress of applied chemistry In London next month. Threo Belgians and four men from other countries nro to judge tho es says submitted for the prize of $5,000 offered by King Leopold for tho best description of "Tho Progress of Aerial Navigation and the Best Means to Encourage It." Ludwlg Krueger and wlfo wero slain and their bodies burned in their homo which was set afire in Toledo, O. Threo Massachusetts boys who started out to help capturo Crazy Snake got into trouble and wero ar rested because they shot into houses from a freight train. Assemblyman Goldberg of New York is tho father of a bill which makes it a misdemeanor to bar child ren from apartment houses in cities of the flrst class. Ono miner was killed and another dangerously wounded by deputy con stables in a riot at Cheswlck, Pa. Tho French oil ship Jules Henry was blown up at Marseilles and 12 men wero killed and many injured. Count Zeppelin and 19 others had a thrilling fight for Hfo when tho noblo mnn's nil ship was caught in a storm while high in tho nlr. Bituminous miners in Pennsylvania celebrated April 1, tho nnnlvorsary of their winning fight for an eight-hour day. Dr. William Jones, anthropologist of tho Field museum, Chicago, was slain by savages in tho Philippines. Two men woro killed nnd four en tombed by an explosion in tho Echo mlno at Beury, W. Va. Crazy Snako, tho Creek Indian chief who led tho Indians on tho warpath In Oklahoma, was captured by tho militia after being wounded. Celebrations of tho landing of tho Spanish, tho founding of tho city and tho change of flags, woro held in St. Augustlno, Fla. Wolf Wordoll, an Insano man, at tempted to got Into tho offlco of Mayor Reyburn In Philadelphia to kill hlra, Tho cruisers Raleigh and Cincinnati suffered sorao damago In Mara Island channel whon thopropellor of one of J tho cruinure caught In tho shaft ' ROOSEVELT AT NAPLES ITALIAN PEOPLE GIVE EX-PRESIDENT A HEARTY WELCOME. MEETSPE0PLE0FDISTINCTI0N Great Crowds Greet Him on the Streets His Quarters on Board Admiral Filled with Flowers. Naples, Italy. Ex-Presldont Roose velt spent several hours In Naples yestordny, and during that tlmo was given many evidences of his personal popularity with tho Italian people and of tho admiration which thoy havo for his distinguished services to his country. Tho steamer Hamburg, on which Mr. Roosovelt was a passenger, com ing In soon after noon, was greeted on her way to the anchorago with tho blowing of whistles, tho fluttering of many flags and tho playing of bands. Italian warships in tho harbor, steam ers of various nationalities, private yachts and craft of all kind, drcssod In bunting and signal flags from stem to stern, added to tho picturcsqueness of the sceno which Mr. Roosovelt him self characterized as magnificent. Great crowds, too, waited for his appearance on tho streets, and when ho rode along In an automobile he was greeted with enthusiasm that as tonished him. Ho met various offi cial delegations at tho Hotel Excel sior, wero apartments had been re served for him, scores of prominent Americans and the representatives of other countries, nnd to them all he expressed his warmest thanks for tho welcome which he had received. Ho visited tho duke and duchess of Aosta at Capodimonte, and later dined In private at tho hotel, going on board tho steamer Admiral about 10 o'clock in tho evening. Tho Admiral, which will convey Mr. Roosevelt to Mom basa, was ready to sail at midnight. Tho ex-president's quarters aboard were filled with flowers, which had come from admiring friends. Chief among ttheso wero bunches of red, white and black carnations from the German emperor and a great cluster of fragrant blossoms from the em press. GEORGIA LAWYER IS KILLED Police Believe He Is the Third Victim of an Assassin in the Dodge Land Case. McRae, Ga. That Pope Hill, a prominent attorney of Macon, who was found shot to. death yesterday, is tho third victim of an assassin in the Dodge land case, is tho belief of police officers. A coroner's jury, after a careful examination, declared yester day that Hill was murdered by "par ties unknown." Hill was found dead in the office of an attorney early yesterday, a bullet in his brain, and a revolver with one chamber discharged grasped in the right hand. The condition of the of fice indicated a desperate struggle. Tho stove was upset, the coal scuttle was crushed and the furniture was broken. On tho floor lay an unfin ished court motion in the Dodge case, and which Hill had drafted and brought to McRae to flic. Hill arrived in McRae at noon Sun day and went Into a friend's law of flco to work on the case. Later he said ho had received some threatening letters and bought a revolver. Yesterday Hill returned to the law office and was not again seen alive by friends. When found, Hill had been dead several hours. Tho bullet had pierced the right eyo and entered the brain. From blood stains on the wall, he probably was shot while standing. Hill, who was 40 years old, was a member of the law firm of Harris & Harris. LIQUOR ROUTED IN MICHIGAN Twenty of Twenty-seven Counties Vote Dry The Republican State Ticket Victorious. Detroit, Mich. "Wo havo broken tho backbone of the liquor traffic In Michigan," declared Superintendent George W. Moorrow of the Michigan Anti-saloon, league at midnight last night. Definite returns at that time showed that of tho 27 counties which voted on tho question of abolishing tho sale or manufacture of liquor in their borders, x0 had gono "dry," seven had gone "wot" and indications wero that the ramlning county, Jackson, had voted for prohibition by tho slender margin of 30 votes. Beforo yesterday's elec tion 11 of tho 83 counties of tho stato wero "dry." Following aro today's results: "Dry" Alcona, Allegan, Benzie, Branch, Calhoun, Clare, Eaton, Em mett, Gonncssoo, Hillsdale, Ionia, Iosco, Isabella, Kalkaska, Livingstone, Newaygo, Sallnnc, Tuscola, Charle voix. "Wot" Borrlen, Huron, Mont calm, Mecosta, Ottawa, Washtenaw and Monroe. Indications aro that tho Republican stato ticket has received a majority of upwards of 75,000. Wages Increased. Salem, Mass. Nearly 2,000 apora tives omployod by tho Naumkoag Steam Colton Co. of this city woro glnddoned yesterday by tho an nouncement that wnges would bo ad vanced about C por coat. A, Corner-stone Laying, WeBt Point, N. Y. Tho corner stono of tho now chapel of the military ncadomy was laid yesterday in tho prosonco of tho officers and cadots of tho academy by Col. Hugh Jj, Scott, tho superintendent. THE BUCKEYE RECORD A GRIST OF NEWS FROM VARIOUS CITIES IN OHIO. Short Chronicles of a Day's Happen ings as Told by Telegraph for Our Readers. HARMON DESIRES NEW MEN Members of the Penitentiary Board of Managers Asked to Resign by the Governor. Columbus, O. Gov. Hnrmon has de cided to romovo every member of tho board of mnnngors of tho Ohio penitentiary and appoint a brand new board. Ho has mailed a request to each member of tho board asking for his resignation. It Is believed tliat each will comply with tho request at once. It is proposed removal of tho members is not because of tho dis covery of any official rottenness at tho institution, but because of a wish on the pnrt of tho governor to securo men whose business qualification will befit them for tho work to bo done at tho penitentiary under the now law governing Its operations. Tho members who are asked to re sign are: Demas P. Rowland, Rep., of Cincinnati, whoso regular term would expire March 31, 1910; Ed mund W. Crayton, Dem., Nowark, whoso regular term would havo ex pired March 31, 1911; John C. Rorlck, Rep., Wauseon, term expires March 31, 1912, and L. M. Smith, Dem., Bu cyrus, term expires March 31, 1913. Gov. Harmon last evening an nounced tho appointment of tho fol lowing new board of penitentiary managers. Democrats: Daniel P. Torpy, Marietta; W. W. Durbin, Ken ton; Lemuel Neeley, St. Marys. Re publicans O. B. Gould, Jackson; Henry Richter, Columbus. BAD CONDITION OF AFFAIRS Girls' Industrial School at Delaware Said to be Unsanitary There Is Not Enough Sleeping Rooms. Delaware, O. Almost 700 wards of tho state, from 9 to 21 years of age. Inmates of the Girls' Industrial Bchool, are held here under conditions that are a disgrace to Ohio and that would not be tolerated in any munic ipality of the union, says tho Cleve land, O., Press. Crowded like cattlo in antiquated, dilapidated, unsanitary, barren buildings, the well and the diseased, the young and the old, the good and the bad, tho homeless and the vicious, are thrown into close con tact with one another every day. Since 1901 the population of the home has increased more than 100 per cent, and in the same time only 27 addi tional sleeping rooms have been added. "Conditions at the Delaware Girls' Industrial school are deplorable," said Gov. Harmon, when told that two of the inmates bad been brought to a maternity hospital in Columbus, "but tho state is to be blamed, not tho management. Tho state should es tablish a separate institution for in corrigible girls, Instead of herding them with innocent dependents." Wife Kills Husband. Hamilton, O. Frank Sorber of East Hamilton was shot to death yester day afternoon by his wife. Mrs. Sorber told the police that her hus band had been living with another woman and that at noon he came home and beat their oldest son. When tho mother interfered Sorber attacked her with a chair threatening to kill her. The police credit the story and havo placed no charge against the woman. To Pay Election Wager. Salem, O. Oscar E. Nulf, aged 42, a potter, living at East Pales tine, will leave April 20 on his walk ing trip from his homo town to Wash ington, D. C. He will return In tho same way, pushing before him a three-wheeled cart covered with gal vanized iron and looking like an im mense mail box. Tho trip must be made in 100 days and is the result of a lost wager at the time of the recent presidential election. Will Get Washington Jobs. Columbus, O. In addition to Spe cial Counsel Orln E. Harrison, who" has just been appointed to a po sition as special attorney in the de partment of Justice at Washington, two other attaches of tho attorney general's force will take positions thoro. They aro Miss Minerva G. Cul ton, Btonographor, and William Shee han, Willis law tax clerk, both of Cincinnati. Will Fight for His Rights. Ravenna, O. H. H. Loomls, At wator farmer, graduato pf Ohio State univoisity, has sold all his live stock and farm utensils and will movo to Ravenna to begin an active fight on tho county Bchool board, which has denied him permission to educate his children nt home. Insane Man Kills Father. Youngstown, O. Taken with a sud den fit of Insanity and without giv ing any warning, Richard Law, 30, of Nllos, O., stabbed and instantly killed his father, Samuol Law, last oveulng. Taught 8chool 43 Years. Mlllorsburg, 0,-Wm. M. Burklovr, 63, MHlcrsburg, challenges all com ers ,for tho record of longest sor vica aa touqher In Ohio's schools. Uurklow has taught school for 48 yearn continuously. "GREATER ASHTABULA" BOOMED BY TOWNSMEN Negotiations Under Way for the Loca- tlon of Large Plants In the Thriving City. Ashtabula, O. Tho lotting of contracts for tho building of n groat shipyard to cost $1,000,000 nnd to employ 3,000 men, was but tho first number on tho program which tho chamber of commerce has prepared for n "Greater Ashtabula." Negotiations under way for tho lo cation of a number of other largo plants, which hnvo been held up pending the consummation of tho ship yard deal, aro expected to bo closed by the chamber of commorco within the next few weoks. Tho larger of, those plants expect, by locating on tho ground, to bo nblo to supply ma terials to tho future shipbuilding com pany. "Black Hander" Caught. Dayton, O. E. S. Reynolds, sec retary and treasurer of tho Rey nolds & Reynolds Co., blank book manufacturers, received a letter signed "Black Hand" in which tho de struction of his factory by dynamlto wns threatened unless ho left $200 nt a designated point. A decoy package was placed at the spot nppolnted nnd. Detective Frank McBrldo stationed near to watch. A man appeared about midnight and whon he was In tho act of carrying off the package, was ar rested by the detective. Ho gave tho name of Thomas Gebhart, 23, and is said to have confessed to having writ ton the letter. Joke Proved Fatal. Alliance, O. Louis Schmitz, 20, shot and killed himself In his room at Sebring, four miles cast of here. Schmitz had a habit of draw ing a knife or pointing a revolver at himself and jokingly bid his friends goodby. Ho nnd his roommate were dressing to go out calling and Schmitz suddenly called "goodby" to his roommate and placed the revolver to his temple. It Is presumed ho pulled the trigger too hard. Tho man had no motile for suicide. College Athlete Is Dead. Zanesville, O. J. Faris Wilson, aged 24, manager of the baseball team of Muskingum college nt New Concord," O., and member of last sea son's 'varsity football and basketball teams, succumbed to an attack of heart disease yesterday. Wilson had been complaining of not feeling well for several months, his illness, it Is said, being brought on by over exer tion during hard training just prior to the football season last fall. Will Have Long Tramp. Columbus, O. Troop B of Co lumbus will start on Its eight-day "hike" about the middle of June. Tho first stop will be at Kirksville, where the night will be spent. In all about 150 miles will be covered and tho course south will follow the Muskin gum river. Thornville, Perry county, tho birthplace of Phil Sheridan, the dashing cavalry leader, will be vis ited. Gov. Harmon will travel with the troop one day. Want Wrights at State Fair. Columbus, O. At a meeting of tho state board of agriculture next Tuesday further action will be taken regarding the securing of the Wright brothers of Dayton for a demonstra tion of their aeroplane at the State fair. A committee' will go to Dayton to submit tho board's proposition to the famous aviators. Member John A. Beldler of Lake county como to this city Monday to prepare the State fair cattle premium. Man Crushed to Death. Zanesville, O. -Austin Bird, while at work in a mine near Cumber land In Guernsey county yesterday morning, was caught under a rock weighing a ton, and crushed to death. Fellow workmen removed Bird from under tho huge weight and, despito tho fact that the autopsy over tho re mains showed the man's neck had been broken and back crushed, he lived an hour after the accident. Protests Against Appointment. Columbus, O. Telegrams by tho thousands were sent to President Taft Monday by friends of ex Gov,. Herrick, scattered throughout Ohio, protesting against the talked-of appointment of John C. Wagcnhalls of Columbus as inspector In tho treasury department. Tho action was In retali ation for. Wagenhall's part in aiding In the defeat of Herrick for re-election. Trying to Break Will. Columbus Grove. O. Hundreds of acres of land near this placo and money aggregating $250,000 aro at stake In tho contested will caBO of Mrs. Louisa Snavely. Mrs. Snavely Is declared by brothers and relatives to havo been of unsound mind. Tho clulm is mado that sho was unduly influenced in making hor will, which loft tho entire estate to tho Monnon ito clnjrch. Young Husband Again Disappears. Sandusky, O. Valentino Fries, 3andusky youth, heir to $000, 000, whoso mother Is trying to havo tho courts annul his rocont marriage to a Cloveland girl, has disappeared from SnndUBky, whoro he has bfen kopt under survolllanco. Veteran River Pilot Gone. Galllpolls, O. Capt, Aaron Mc Loughlln, n vetoran rlvfer pilot known on the packet lines from Pitts burg to St.-Louis, Is dead nt HormeD, O. Ho was 70 years old HINDU TEMPLE VERY OLD. Remains Found In Java of Great Works of the Eighth Century. Tho Borobocdocr unearthed by Sir Stamford Raffles when tho English ruled In Java was built by tho Hindus In tho eighth century and is by far tho finest examplo of their work III tho Island. Standing on a hill in tho mlddlo of tho vnlloy, this Imposing edi fice, covorlng nearly ten acres, rises to a height of upward of 100 feet abovo tho summit of tho hill. It consists of a scries of stono ter races built on top of each other in diminishing magnitude, so as to leavo circumscribing galleries, and crowned by a vast cupola; cntranco to tho gal leries Is gained by four stairways, north, south, cast and west, which run ' from tho ground straight up to tho big top terrace, in tho mlddlo of which stands tho crowning cupola, surround ed by numerous smaller lattice work cupolas, nnd from which ono may step aside Into any of tho intermediate galleries. Tho wholo is built of stone, showing an immense amount of carving, nnd though there is no genulno Insldo to tho temple, many of tho galleries aro covered in, innumerable images of Buddha occupy niches or prominent po sitions on tho walls, and the Bides o tho galleries nro paved with bas-reliefs, indicating tho glorification of this god and other incidents In his his tory. When one considers that thero are several miles of bas-reliefs alone, tho works expended on tho pyramids of Egypt pales into insignificance bo fore this stupendous undertaking. Ivory from Nuts. Ivory nuts, popularly called vege table ivory, aro tho fruit of a specieB of palm, and arc known in Franco and Spain as corozo nuts, and in Colum bia as fagua nuts. The trees requlro 15 years or moro before they can properly mature nuts for manufactur ing purposes. Vegetablo ivory is used commercially for tho manufacture of buttons, gaming counters, various elec trical appliances, and for various klnda of Inlaid work, for which they are turned or carved. The chief consuming countries of this article aro France, England, Ger many, the United States, Italy, Russia and Spain. Tho port of Cartagena in Columbia alone exported 3,423 tons of ivory nuts to Germany in 1907; 505 to France, 441 to this country, and 53 to England. These shipments all brig inated in the departments of Bolivar, Mngdalena nnd Atlantlco on tho At lantic coast, and Cauca on the Pacific coats. How They Do It. It's' just the same in every country on earth- Two boys who are strangers to each other meet for tho first time. After standing nnd looking at each other for a moment one of them sticks up his nose and says: "Hump!" "Hump!" repeats tho other as his nose goes up. "You can't fight." "Neither can you." "I can lick you with ono hand-tied behind me." "So can I you." "I'm awful when I'm mad." "So'm I?' "You orter see mo kick once!". "And you orter see me bite!" "Hu!" "Hu!" And then they go to talking about goats and dogs and kites and marbles, and ten minutes later aro friends and taking bites from tho same apple. Women's Work and Infant Mortality. In eight industrial towns, where the proportion of married women of child-bearing age nt work in tho fac tories was 43 per cent, tho infant mortality rate for ten years averaged 182 per 1,000. In eight industrial towns of a different typo, where the proportion of married women at work was only three per cent, tho infant mortality was only 150 per 1,000. Tho excessive rate In tho first group Is not duo to bad wages nor bad conditions, but to tho absence of the mother. London Post. THE MARKETS. Financial. Now York, Apr. 0. Money On call easy at 1H2 per cent. Prime mercan tile paper 3'44 per cent. Sterling ex change $4.87.76 for demand. Government bonds steady. Grain, Provisions and Live Stock. Flour Minnesota patents $5.7506.10. Wheat No. 2 red Jl.20 elevator. Corn No. 2 whito 74c. Oats Mixed 5758c. Hay Quiet. Cattle Steers $G.25G.76. Sheep Steady at $4.50J6.60, Iambs $7.0008.25. Hogs Steady at $7.00(37.40. Cleveland, Apr. 0. Flour Minnesota spring patents $G.207.00. Wheat No. 2 red $1.33. Corn No. 3 yollow COTJc. Oats No. 2 white 60c. Butter Best creamery 31U32c. Cheese York stato 15MlCc. Eggs Strictly fresh 21c. Potatoos Best grades J1.00l,10. Hay No. 1 timothy $12.75. Cattlo Best steers $5.8500.25, calves $7.G0 (J8.76. Sheep Cliolco wethers $6.2505,60, Iambs $0.7507.00. Hogs Heavy Yorkers $7,20, pigs $6.50. Toledo, Apr. G. Wheat Cash $1.34, Corn Cash GOc. Oats Cash 50c, Clovcrsced Cash $5.52H. Buffalo, Apr. 0. Cattle Export cattle $0.000,GO, fair to good 6,00G,50. Hogs Yorkers $7.107.30. pics 0.70. Sheep Wethers $0.606.76, lambs $7.00 08.50. Pittsburg, Apr. 0. Cattle Choice steors $G.250.50, good J5.80 00.00. Hogs Heavy Yorkers $7.357.4f, pigs $0.6006.76. Sheci Prime wethers $5.306.50, lambs 15.0007,00, r n P Li Jul I V L a. n" 'iM-A-ini '"bifn- 'ty H,,i